RESOUNDING RESONANCES tonight as part of MACHINE SOUNDS, SOUND MACHINES – XXII Colloquium of Musical Informatics
The general theme of the 2018 edition is the relationship between sound and machine. Through their ever-growing development, machines are becoming protagonists in every process involving musical sound. For this reason the XXII Colloquium of Musical Informatics will enrich its program about sound machines with a list of preliminary tutorials around the same argument. Such events are targeted to an audience counting young musicians, and especially students from the Schools of music, whose artistic and creative activity is hoped to be part of a deeper understanding of the machine aimed at keeping its sound behavior. This hope was shared as early in 1991 by Jean-Claude Risset who, in a Computer Music Journal contribution, fostered a new role of the machine concerning music sharing and for suggesting solutions to musicians without depressing their creativity. With the same spirit of sharing, the XXII Colloquium of Musical Informatics will tribute part of the opening concert to the composer one year after his death, and furthermore welcome thematic works in his memory.
RESOUNDING RESONANCES for flute, clarinet, piano and live electronics
Flute: Giorgio Marcossi
Clarinet: Nicola Bulfone
Piano: Paolo Chiarandini
Live electronics: Lorenzo Ballerini
TEATRO SAN GIORGIO – Udine, 21 November, 20:45 PM